I love log cabin homes. When I go down that aisle at the store, I buy those log home magazines all the time and wistfully peruse all the pictures and designs from cover to cover. The huge homes do not interest me. Seldom do I look very long at anything over 2000 square feet. In fact, I'd much prefer a very small log cabin; 1800 square feet would be fine for two people and two cats.
At this time of year, I don't imagine how difficult they are to heat, I just think how pretty they would look decorated for Christmas.
The new ones are okay, but I really just want to hang a simple wreath with cranberries and some ribbon on the door of this old pioneer cabin.
I love the simple elegance of this bedroom. It is quite homey to me. Many antique pieces adorn our home and I love wandering through antique places.
The long log that runs the whole length of the ceiling reminds me of the log cabins we stay in for our summer vacation. Even though this isn't a log cabin, again, I am drawn to it's plain but cosy warmth. In this day of ever-expanding modern technology, I find myself longing more for the basic and simpler life of bygone days. Maybe I was just born too late.
Labels: Christmas decorations, log cabins